"Haven't you ever needed someone?"
"All the time."
It wasn't my intention to have a little Bob Hoskins Appreciation Day today, but I'm having a nice time seeing a couple of his films that I've been meaning to watch for years, but have never found available to watch until now.
Mona Lisa is very different in tone from The Long Good Friday. While there's definitely gangster shit going on, George (Bob Hoskins) isn't running the show. He's very much at the low end of the totem pole this time, driving Simone to and from her, "meetings." Everybody seems to know more than him about what's going on and George seems to be in an almost constant state of frustration.
I didn't even recognize Clark Peters here. He's so much younger than I've ever seen him before.